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The Soviet two-part feature film



This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films

Producer: USSR
Audio/Visual: sound
Keywords: Mosfilm; RussTV; USSR


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Reviewer: Hg80 - - June 13, 2010
Subject: Corrections and information
The correct title is "The Alive and the Dead" released in 1964, directed by Aleksandr Stolper and based on a novel by
Konstantin Simonov.

A reviewer at IMB wrote...

"Stolper did not take from the book to the screen a lot of Stalin-praising garbage and concentrated on the battle scenes and interactions between soldiers. Let's not forget that this was the movie that brought Papanov to national fame. One thing that is disappointing is high degree politicizing, which was unavoidable in a 1963 Soviet movie. The second half of the book and the movie deals with how Sinzov lost his party id card and is fighting to get back the credibility and rank."

Anatoli Papanov [Wikipedia]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoli_Papanov

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